Las Hadas También Roncan
Ana María Güiraldes (text) & Ricardo Güiraldes (illustration)
ISBN : 978-956-9254-80-2
Katherinne Urzúa Cueto firstname.lastname@example.org
Book written in Spanish
World rights available
In this story, three very sleepy fairies prefer to rest than to bloom in the garden. To prevent it from withering, Miss Spring will have to display all her ingenuity.
When the flower fairies do not want to wake up, the garden becomes sad, the butterflies do not fly and the birds do not play.
Good thing Miss Spring, who is very intelligent, has an idea to prevent the garden from wilting!
This story, written by a renowned Chilean writer and illustrated by her brother Ricardo, offers a world full of fantasy to its young readers.
Ana María Güiraldes was born in Linares, Chile. Her grandmother’s narratives opened her imagination and developed her literary instinct at an early age. At the age of nine, inspired by her plum tree left leafless by winter and encouraged by her mother, she wrote her first poem.
She studied pedagogy in Spanish at the Catholic University of Chile, but never practiced, dedicating herself entirely to writing.
She has published more than sixty books of great success among children due to her playful and musical style.